Why You Should Have a First Look on Your Wedding Day

Why You Should Have a First Look on Your Wedding Day

I'm not too secretive about the fact that I'm a huge fan of a first look on your wedding day! While I certainly don't require any of my couples to have a first look, I have shot enough weddings to know that they offer a ton of benefit, and I make sure my couples know all the pros and cons as they are planning their day. 

3 Mistakes Creative Entrepreneurs are Making on Facebook

3 Mistakes Creative Entrepreneurs are Making on Facebook

You're using Facebook to try and grow your creative business, but you're frustrated because no one is seeing your posts--or worse, they're seeing them but they just don't care. So, why bother with a platform that's not showing you any return? Chances are, Facebook isn't the bad guy.

What to Expect as an Expecting Photographer: How I Grow My Family and Book Clients in Advance

What to Expect as an Expecting Photographer: How I Grow My Family and Book Clients in Advance

Fun fact: I have shot over half of my weddings pregnant. And, since I've had babies in October and November, I'm usually shooting pretty far into my second and third trimester, and typically in South Dakota heat. While it's not super ideal (it's CRAZY what a toll wedding days take on your body, even when you're not pregnant!), it's also the reality of life right now as we grow our family. 

Sam + Brent: Rustic Glam South Dakota Country Church Wedding

Sam + Brent: Rustic Glam South Dakota Country Church Wedding

Have you ever been to a wedding that feels like absolutely every last detail has an important meaning to the bride and groom? It feels so special to be invited in to something so sweet and personal, and that's exactly what Sam and Brent's wedding day felt like.